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www.cornwallmusicfestival.co.uk

‘Provides a platform for many talented amateur musicians and verse speakers of all ages and abilities. It gives the stimulus of preparing for a public occasion and an opportunity to listen and learn from the performances of others. As important is the constructive criticism, help and advice given by experienced adjudicators, which helps the competitors improve their respective skills. The Festival is held in March each year. In Festival week classes run from 9.30am to 9.30pm, with morning, afternoon and evening sessions.’

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www.cybb.co.uk

'The Cornwall Youth Brass Band (CYBB) is the oldest County Youth Band in the United Kingdom. It was founded in 1955 and held its first Residential Course in 1959, the start of a long tradition, which has continued without a break until the present time. Indeed the Band now holds two courses a year, at Christmas and Easter, each culminating in a Public Concert.'

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www.facebook.com/PhilleighFolk

‘Club nights are usually once a month from October to June on the first Wednesday (but sometimes Thursday) of the month starting at 7.30pm. The atmosphere is very relaxed and many visitors and performers have commented it's one of the friendliest folk clubs around. We try to keep to the old traditions of folk clubs and always encourage floor singers of whatever level of experience.’ Directions from the West: ‘The easiest way is to go across the King Harry Ferry and Philleigh is a couple of miles east of the river. Be warned - check ferry times. You may well be able to get to Philleigh by ferry but you will have to drive round by Truro at the end of the evening. N.B. Public transport is a no-no!!!’ ALERT Website unobtainable at Review; cited instead the Facebook Page.

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www.roselandfestival.co.uk

‘Bringing different types of music, drama, talks and much more to the Roseland.  Our mission is to foster and encourage young people in their love of music, art and creativity and to support local organisations and charities through donations. Venues all over the Roseland peninsula host our events and though we may not get to every hamlet every year, we do try!  Our aim is to use as many of the smaller village halls as well as the larger halls and churches.’ Held Late April - Early May.

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www.roselandmusicsociety.org.uk

'Classical, Jazz & Folk music concerts held in Portscatho, Cornwall ... The aim is to promote affordable live music with a regular programme of concerts, which include nationally and internationally known artists, ensembles and choirs ... Whilst we are a society with members, our concerts are public. We warmly welcome non-members who account for a very significant proportion of our ticket sales ... Roseland Youth Music (RYM) is the educational branch of Roseland Music Society. It promotes musical activity among young people on the Roseland; provides professional musicians to work in local schools; enables students to experience live music of all types and see and hear a range of musical instruments being played, and offers them the opportunity to participate in practical workshops involving listening, composing, improvising, singing, playing and performing together.'

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www.cityoftruromalechoir.co.uk/Home.html

‘We aim to be the most entertaining male voice choir in the South West and for the City of Truro to be proud of us. The ethos of the choir is to have fun and enjoy singing. Each year we host a visiting choir and also spend a weekend away ... Singing is all about team work, not only within each section of the choir, but as a complete unit. All backgrounds are catered for; we offer a friendly and very sociable atmosphere and many life long friendships are made.‘

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www.cotwo.org.uk

'We play a wide repertoire of music, including contemporary wind orchestra pieces, film scores, jazz and classical rearrangements ... We are a truly community-based orchestra, with people of all ages participating from across the county. We regularly perform at local venues across Cornwall, including Truro Cathedral, Falmouth Methodist Church, Padstow Harbour and St. Michael's Mount, amongst others.'

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sites.google.com/site/cornwallconcertorchestra/

'We are a full-range orchestra for adults that wish to "return" to playing after some time away from their instrument, however short or long. Ideally, new players are not expected to be complete beginners or professional/concert standard. Our repertoire is predominantly classical, both traditional and contemporary, and we perform at indoor venues throughout the year.'

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www.stmewansinfonia.org.uk

‘Cornwall’s premier string orchestra ...  Apart from playing for enjoyment, the orchestra raises money for charity by giving a series of concerts of classical music every year ... The kind of player we are looking for will be roughly of Grade 8 standard or have comparable orchestral experience. We do not audition in the formal sense, but ask any prospective member to come along to a couple of rehearsals to play next to the section leader who can then make a decision.’

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www.trurochoralsociety.co.uk

'One of the largest choral societies in Cornwall, with 140 members. We perform major choral works, as well as more contemporary pieces, including premieres.'

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www.hallforcornwall.co.uk

'We are a unique rurally-located theatre which delivers a wide-ranging arts programme that includes theatre, music, dance and comedy ... The theatre is situated in the heart of Cornwall and is the county’s largest performance venue, playing to audiences of 180,000 annually and has a strategic role within regional arts, being one of Arts Council England’s National Portfolio Organisations.'

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www.trurocathedral.org.uk

'Truro Cathedral is truly a centre of musical excellence. We have developed one of the best choirs in the country, far better than could be expected from a "small" Cathedral and the envy of some of the more famous foundations. Our reputation for excellence is further enhanced by the legendary quality of our Father Willis organ, which often attracts world-class recitalists who would not otherwise visit Cornwall. As a result, congregations and concertgoers in Truro can enjoy the very best in Cathedral music ... A varied concerts and events programme by carefully selected "outside" groups, means that we are one of the most interesting and rewarding music venues in Cornwall.'

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